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About YQatari

  • Birthday 07/24/1982

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    Rolla, MO
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    2014 Silverado Z71 LTZ 6.2L

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  1. I'm not a fan of lowered RCSB, but I gotta admit your truck looks SHARP! Tastefully done! Could you post a video clip of the new exhaust setup? How does it compare to the stock exhaust? Any raspiness? The reason am asking is because I have a 2014 Silverado with 6.2L, Whipple supercharger, and kooks 1 7/8" headers with ory, it's currently bolted to the stock 3.5" exhaust with an additional magnaflow resonator to quite it down a bit, but the raspiness is killing me.
  2. I also hate any product that make my dash shiny, so I use Meguiar's Quik interior detailer, leaves a nice matt finish, can be found in almost every auto parts store.
  3. You could try some high temp RTV in between and check if it stops the leak, it worked for me!
  4. I had the same problem with the kooks y pipe to stock catback, couldn't get them to seal tight. After comparing the stock and kooks y, turned out the flare in the kooks y is slightly bigger than needed!
  5. Sorry, forgot to add that it's an absolute blast to drive though lol.
  6. The Whipple is very quite actually, there is a Whine, but very subtle. I guess the generated boost by the blower is making the exhaust even louder!
  7. I have a 6.2L Silverado with Kooks 1 7/8" headers, catless y pipe (ory), and a Whipple supercharger. It's quite loud and raspy at part throttle up to wot with the stock exhaust and no flapper, I've even added a small magnaflow resonator to quite it down a bit, which helped a little, but I still want to tame it down a notch, I just ordered a 3.5" dynatech vortex insert, will install it in the y-pipe and see how that might help! I'm open to suggestions, if any!
  8. It monitors many parameters but since my truck is supercharged, I'd like to see my boost, intake air temperature, and afr.
  9. Mine is a whippled 6.2 with headers, ory, and a smaller pulley. It will easily chirp the tires in Auto 4wd. https://vimeo.com/152383044
  10. Leatherman, bungees, tie-downs, maglite, craftsman basic tool kit, recovery strap and D rings, jumper cables, fire extinguisher, gloves, duct tape, zip ties, phone charger, tire gauge, safety vest, large towel, matches, bottle jack, pens, hitch ball mount and pin, extra fuses, empty 2 gal gas can, tire inflator and tubeless tire repair kit.
  11. I used a couple write-ups to install mine, they are for the older generation but quite similar to our trucks, the shifter is different though! http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/130556-escalade-shifter-install/ http://www.silveradosierra.com/interior/escalade-leather-shifter-upgrade-t170386.html
  12. I've installed it by myself, it's just a 15 minutes job. I'll take a picture for you.
  13. It will work, I have one in my truck, part # 22857352.
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